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September 12, 1980 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-12

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8 Friday, September 12, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Woman to Lead

Hadassah President Deplores World Anti-Semitism

some 3,000 delegates
attending Hadassah's an-
nual convention two weeks
ago that "anti-Semitism is
on the increase, disguised as
anti-Zionism and anti-
Israelism, in the various in-
ternational political fronts
operating as bodies of the
United Nations, such as the
General Assembly, UN-
WINTER 1980-81
ESCO and even the Secu-
rity Council, where at-
tempts are being made to
turn Israel into a non-
nation by questioning its
national legitimacy."
Tannenbaum noted that
just before the convention
El San Juan Resort
here began "we watched
Thanksgiving, X-mas/New Years
with dismay at the United
& February 8-22
States abstention in the Se-
curity Council. It is difficult
to reconcile Secretary of
State Muskie's strong criti-
Runaway Bay
cism of the Security Coun-
Hotel & Golf Club cil's latest censure of Israel
with the subsequent
Thanksgiving, X-mas/New Years
abstention, when logically
& Feruary 8-22
his words should have been

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
Bernice Tannenbaum,
president of Hadassah, told

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standing-room-only crowd
at the dedication cere-
monies Sunday of the
Lubavitch Education Cen-
ter in Farmington Hills.
Chairman Ivan Bloch
called first on Emma
Lazaroff-Schaver, honorary
chairman of Michigan
Chabad. Irwin I. Cohn,
chairman of Michigan
Chabad, read a letter of per-
sonal congratulations writ-
ten by Michigan's Gover-
nor, William G. Milliken, to
the honorees, Jack and
Miriam Shenkman, for
whom the building is
named.
Irving Laker, 1980 cam-
paign chairman for
Lubavitch, introduced U.S.
Senator Carl Levin, who de-
lighted the audience with
his anecdotes and parables
culled from Hasidic litera-
ture and tradition. He drew
attention to the strong
influence in Washington of
the Lubavitch organization
and offered high praise of
the Shenkmans, who have

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reinforced by a U.S. veto."
Continuing, she said,
"Not only does the absten-
tion diminish the meaning
of the Secretary's own mes-
sage, in which he calls the
resolution 'fundamentally
flawed . . . unbalanced and
unrealistic' and damaging
to prospects for peace in the
Middle East, but it under-
mines the U.S. role in prom-
oting the Camp David
agreements."
As for Jerusalem, "it is
de facto the capital of Is-
rael, and as a united city

Jerusalem as a united city
and the capital of Israel."
Dealing with Hadassah,
she announced that Hadas-
sah's 370,000 members
raised a record $33 million
this year, $1.8 million more
than last year. "While this
is a stunning accomplish-
ment for our members —
there are no professional
fundraisers in Hadassah —
this increase in collections
does not keep up with infla-
tion, here or in Israel," she
said.
At the opening of the
convention, Los Angeles
Mayor Tom Bradley pro-
claimed August as Hen-
rietta Szold Month in
honor of the founder of
Hadassah.
The proclamation was ac-
cepted by the convention's
co-chairman Edith Zamost
of Highland Park, N.J., Los
Angeles co-chairman Enid
Young, and Beatrice
•Feldman of New York, na-
tional Henrietta Szold An-
Celebration
niversary
Committee chairman. _

Herb and Marilynn
Shapiro

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it has — under Israeli
administration — not
only been preserved and
restored, but it has been
open to people of all
faiths," Tannenbaum de-
clared.
"No Arab country, and
most of those member states
in the UN who routinely
vote against Israel, have a
record of due process and of
protecting civil rights and
civil liberties that qualifies
them to teach Israel about
pluralism and the rights of
minorities. This resolution
makes a mockery of the
Camp David accords and
seriously undermines Is-
rael's status in Jerusalem
by calling on all countries to
withdraw their embassies
from Jerusalem."
Tannenbaum expressed
the hope that President
Carter, "will change his
position and honor the plat-
form adopted by the over-
whelming majority of his
own party — which recog-
nizes and supports the es-
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Senator for many years.
David Hermelin, build-
ing committee co-
chairman, introduced
Congressman James
Blanchard to present the
Shenkmans with a
United States flag that
had flown over the
Capitol.
An honorary resolution of
the Michigan House of
Representatives was pre-
sented to the Shenkmans by
state Senator Doug Ross
and Representative Joseph
Forbes.
When Jack Shenkman
rose for his acceptance ad-
dress, he was greeted with a
standing ovation.
Shenkman called on Rabbi
Berel Shemtov, regional di-
rector of Chabad, and pre-
sented him with the U.S.
flag as a present for the
building in honor of the
Shenkmans' 40th anniver-
sary next week.
Other speakers at the
event included federal
Judges Avern Cohn and
Stewart Newblatt, Charles

E. Feinberg, and Rabbi Ab-
raham Shemtov of
Philadelphia.

Detroiters Group
Meets in Florida

Detroit Floridians will
have an open house 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in the Hol-
lywood Federal Savings
building, 4600 Sheridan,
Hollywood, Fla.
Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited
free of charge. For informa-
tion, call in Florida, Grace
Kaufman, 972-2097; or
Edith Weiss, 940-3531.

Pride in boasting of fam-
ily antiquity, makes dura-
tion stand for merit.
- —

NEW YORK — The first
woman to chair the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress' Na-
tional Governing Council —
Jacqueline Levine of West
Orange, N.J. — sees her role
as one of "continuation,"
furthering and strengthen-
ing AJCongress' traditional
support of social justice and
human rights set by her
predecessors Shad Polier,
Howard M. Squadron and
Theo Bikel.
Mrs. Levine, a past
president of AJCongress'
national women's divis;
was elected to the poi.,
making post — just below
that of president in the
Congress' hierarchy — at
the organization's national
convention last May.
Long associated with the
American Jewish Congress,
Mrs. Levine chaired its Na-
tional Peace Committee
during the Vietnam War
and led an American Jewish
Congress delegation on the
historic civil rights march
from Selma to Montgomery
in 1965.

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Other items on the
UNITED NATIONS
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conflict and its ramifica- Arabs the chance to blast
tions is a pervasic topic on Israel deal with the UN
the agenda of the 35th ses- peacekeeping forces in
sion of the General Assem- the Mideast, the UN Re-
bly, which is scheduled to lief and Works Agency
for Palestinian Refugees
open on Tuesday.
According to the pro- and Israel's policies in
visional agenda of the As- the occupied territories.
In addition, Israel will be
sembly, two major debates
relating to the Mideast con- the subject for sharp attacks
flict will take place in the during the debates on "In-
early weeks of the session, ternational Covenants on
on the "Question on Pales- Human Rights", "United
tine" and "The Situation in Nations Decade for Women"
and "Torture and Other
the Mideast."
A relatively new project Cruel and Inhuman or De-
the Arabs have adopted in grading Treatment or
recent years with which to Punishment."
assail Israel is the issue of
An angry man is again
nuclear armament. Two
items on the issue are angry with himself when he
returns to reason.
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